Re: Your Debian New Maintainer Application
I have placed your application 'on hold' because I have not heard back from
you on the two occasions that I have sent this greeting.
On Wed, Dec 13, 2000 at 09:55:22AM -0800, lfilipoz wrote:
> Hello Ricardo!
> I have been appointed Application Manager for your Debian
> maintainership application. I have not seen your original application,
> so I know nothing about you or your application, I'm afraid.
> As a first step, have you checked out the New Maintainer corner of the
> website? Have a look at http://www.debian.org/devel/join/newmaint,
> and especially at the checklist referred to from there. That's what
> we'll have to work through together.
> So, if you can start by letting me have the following, we should be
> able to progress fairly quickly:
> - A GPG key, preferably signed by a current developer or certification
> authority. If your GPG is not signed by a current developer, you will
> need to also provide a piece of GPG-signed scanned photo ID and the
> contact information for someone who can verify that the photo ID
> belongs to you. This contact person must be easily verifiable: a univ.
> prof. with a web page listing their email address, for example.
> - Your preferred account name for the Debian machines.
> - The email address you would like to be subscribed to debian-private.
> If you can also let me know a bit about:
> - what you intend to do within Debian
> - what skills you possess in order to be able to do this sort of work
> that would be useful
> Once we've done this, we can look at "philosophy" and that will be it.
> Looking forward to helping you through the process,
> Luca Filipozzi
> [dpkg] We are the apt. Resistance is futile. You will be packaged.
[dpkg] We are the apt. Resistance is futile. You will be packaged.